Today's #AskTCE article will help you make sure you get the best price you possibly can when you sell your car, whether it's a part-exchange or a private sale. Tick all of these boxes and you will maximise your car's value. But even if you only manage some of these recommendations, you'll be hundreds or even thousands of pounds better off. So it's worth reading on...
You don’t realise how many personal plates there are on the road until you look for them. On a single journey you may see five or six. It doesn’t matter what car you have or who you are, anyone can buy a plate. Purchasing a personalised plate couldn’t be easier (sponsored post)
Many people are unclear about the PCP (Personal Contract Purchase), which is offered by nearly every car manufacturer in the UK. This is usually offered by the manufacturer’s own finance company, although there are some other lenders who offer PCPs as well. The Car Expert explains how it works.
One of the least-popular trends in modern car design is the almost total disappearance of the traditional full-size spare tyre / spare wheel. Most cars now come with a compact space-saver spare tyre or a canister of green goo and a compressor to re-inflate a punctured tyre. But what does this mean to drivers?
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